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56 years old
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February 21, 1958
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Tampa, Fla.

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  1. In Topic: MasterMine Paint Mines

    16 September 2009 - 07:47 AM

    i don't have a guide on how to build them but i do know how they operate as i own several of these, they operate by tripwire that punctures a single co2 12 gram. i will try to put up some pics later or a video if i can.
  2. In Topic: When paintball habits lead you wrong.

    13 October 2008 - 01:52 PM

    i had just started a new job and at lunch one day some of the guys were talking about what they did on weekends, when one looked at me and asked what i liked to on the weekends, without thinking i replied that i liked to go out to the woods and shoot people. they where strangely quiet after that and didn't talk to me much for awhile.
  3. In Topic: Air fill station

    01 October 2008 - 02:56 PM

    yes you would need a scuba tank along with a shop compressor, if took it to the woods without a compressor you would a second scuba regulated down two 150 psi. this particular model must be operated by hand, which means you have to pump the handle while filling. they also have air driven models that pump themselves but also cost more.
  4. In Topic: A-5 Problem

    21 September 2008 - 02:43 AM

    try taking it apart and cleaning it and oiling it. that is most likely the problem
  5. In Topic: A-5 Troubles continue! Solution??

    24 July 2008 - 06:41 AM

    if your marker fired correctly before you took it apart, you most likely put the front bolt in backwards when you put it back together. it is a common mistake and will cause the symptoms that you described.

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